Frequently Asked Questions2021-04-16T23:39:28+00:00
Swimming2021-04-16T09:40:54+00:00

Swimming activities are conducted at the ranch ponds, or at the ranch custom swimming pool. Campers are supervised by camp counselors during swimming activities. There is no lifeguard on duty at the camp. Any camper roughhousing and/or demonstrating a disregard for safety, whether swimming in ponds or pool, the camper could lose his/her swimming privileges for the rest of the day or revoked for the remainder of the camp.

Pick Up & Drop Off2021-04-16T09:39:08+00:00

If your child is attending Level I CAMP, drop off time is Sunday at 4:00 PM and pick up time is Thursday at 2:00 PM. An awards ceremony will be approximately one hour before departure.

If your child is attending Level II CAMP, the drop off time is Sunday at 4PM and pick up time is Thursday at 2;00 PM. An awards ceremony will be approximately one hour before departure.

The Address is 18875 Red Bank Road in Red Bluff CA 96080. A short meeting will be held to introduce counselors on the drop off day, and an awards ceremony will be held on pick up day. Please do not show up before your drop off time on Sunday as we use that time for camp set up.

Correspondence2021-04-16T09:35:33+00:00

Campers are very active during their stay at camp and writing letters or sending postcards is difficult. Don’t expect to receive any correspondence from your child. They are having a great time. We discourage mail being sent to campers during their short stay with us because we will not likely receive that mail until after the camper has left for home.
Landline number: (530)529-9627 or (530)529-9435

Camp Food2021-04-16T09:34:33+00:00

Please do not supply your child with food, chewing gum, candy, etc. for their stay at camp. We provide ample, balanced meals, a light snack, and canteen sessions (see Camp Canteen). If campers have food in their cabin, they tend to eat it right before a meal, and uneaten food attracts ants and mice. It can also create hard feelings among the other campers and is a headache for the counselors.

Please let us know if your camper has a food allergy or restricted diet.

What to Leave At Home2021-04-16T09:33:40+00:00
  • Knives
  • Candy/Food
  • Any lighting device with a flame
  • Flashlights
  • Fireworks
  • Ammunition
  • IPods and MP3 Players
  • Handheld Games
  • Cell Phones

Please leave all electronic devices behind. If a camper is found to have an electronic device during their stay, it will be confiscated.  We want the kids to interact with each other while at camp and we will not make exceptions to this rule. There is no cell phone service at camp so we will have a landline available in case of emergencies. If you need to reach your child you will be able to call the landline, and if we need to reach you for some reason regarding your child we will call from that landline as well. But we do advise parents not to call unless there is something important. Frequent calls actually make it harder for any child who is homesick. And one thing to remember is if you don’t hear from your child, that means they are having a great time at camp!

Items to Bring2021-04-19T06:43:17+00:00
  • Sleeping Bag and Pillow
  • Toothbrush and Toothpaste
  • Bath Towel (Showers)
  • Beach Towel (Pool)
  • Comb/Hairbrush
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo/Conditioner/Body Soap
  • Other Items You May Want To Bring
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen (Very Important as we spend the majority of the day outdoors!)
  • Chapstick
  • Disposable Camera
  • Bag for Dirty Laundry

Clothing

  • Tennis Shoes
  • Sandals (It is HOT so these are more comfortable for the classroom, pool time, and evening activities)
  • 1-2 Pairs of Pants
  • 5 Pairs of Shorts (It will be very hot so we recommend a pair of shorts for each day)
  • 5 T-Shirts
  • 5 Pairs of Socks
  • 5 Pairs of Underwear
  • Swim Suit/Shorts
  • 1 Sweatshirt or Light Jacket if weather permits
Camp Photos2021-04-16T09:29:17+00:00

Campers are encouraged to bring an inexpensive disposable camera to take pictures during camp. Please write the campers name on the cameras. Pictures throughout camp will be taken and posted to the RBOA social media account, (i.e., Instagram, Facebook), That will give camp parents the liability to access and view photos of their child at camp.

Birthdays2021-04-16T09:28:53+00:00

Unless otherwise notified, any camper who has a birthday while attending he/she is at camp will be honored with a special birthday cake, and birthday wishes from the entire camp.

Canteen2021-04-16T09:28:37+00:00

We also have a Canteen available at camp each day. The kids will be able to purchase a piece of candy after lunch and dinner. We recommend sending them with $10-20 for canteen for the week. It will be checked in at registration at the beginning of the week. Any left over money will be returned to you when your camper is picked up. Medications will also be checked in during registration and will be released back to you on pick up day.

Hospital2021-04-16T09:28:15+00:00

St. Elizabeth Community Hospital is located 20 minutes from Red Bank Ranch at 2550 Sister Mary Columbus Dr.
In Red Bluff. Phone (530) 529-8000

First Aid2021-04-16T09:40:29+00:00

The camp coordinators, Hunter Ed Instructors, and all camp counselors, and Range masters have a current CPR/First Aid card.

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